I am writing a piece for flute and piano and was going to call it divertimento. It is only a short 2-minute composition - apparently, divertimento/divertissement refers to a light chamber work. Does a duet for piano and flute count as chamber?
The full name I was intending is "Divertimento a capriccio". Can an Italian speaker confirm it makes sense? I believe it means "divertimento in the style of a caprice". The piece is short, sort of in binary form but the structure is not rigid. It's fast-paced at the beginning but more lyrical and slower in the second "section". Is this reflective of a "caprice"? I'm scared the slow part may contradict with the title
Thanks for any advice